A second arrest in Beverly Carter slaying | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, October 30, 2014

A second arrest in Beverly Carter slaying

Posted By on Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 5:25 PM

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The Pulaski sheriff's office said it had arrested murder suspect Arron Lewis' wife as a second suspect in the slaying of real estate agent Beverly Carter. The release:

The wife of Arron Lewis, Crystal Lowery, has just been arrested in connection with the murder of Beverly Carter. The arrest was the result of the continuing investigation in the case. The case is still ongoing. The warrants for this arrest are sealed as are the other warrants and reports regarding this incident.

Lowery, 41, lives in Jacksonville. She's being held in the County Jail. Lewis is back in state prison after revocation of prior parole. She's charged with capital murder and kidnaping. She's had at least one theft by receiving arrest previously.

Lewis was arrested Sept. 29 in the abduction and slaying of Carter, who disappeared after going to show a house in Scott to a prospective buyer. Her body was found several days later in a shallow grave near a cement plant in northern Pulaski County where Lewis once worked.

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